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Share Price: 0.29Bid: 0.28Ask: 0.30Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Mysquar
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Ortega1
Posts: 12
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
Aim landscape
Fri 14:13
my reply from AIM referred me to look at the further info 're the remit of AIM and others at
Aim Regulatory Landscape
 
goldminer21
Posts: 723
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Price:0.29
RE: Why can't criminal proceedings....
Fri 12:47
As I understand it the PI's who want to sue the NOMAD for damages resulting from negligence would have co-ordinate among themselves to fund a class action law suit.

The selected lawyer probably would do an assement in advance of taking on the case so as to work out the chances of a successful lawsuit in favour of PI's.

If successful then I think there would be a system - agreed in advace - to compensate PI's according to their total sunk investment in fraudulent Mysquar.
simonriat
Posts: 24
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
RE: Why can't criminal proceedings....
Fri 11:55
Agreed, but will it happen? how can it happen?
JezTheFez
Posts: 2,590
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
RE: Why can't criminal proceedings....
Fri 11:52
Simon - I would also add that the Nomad also needs investigating.
simonriat
Posts: 24
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Why can't criminal proceedings....
Fri 11:42
Hi all

I too have lost my pension pot due to this sham.

So if anyone can answer questions, it would be most appreciated.

1. Where do we stand, does Mysqr still exist?
2. Is the company worth anything right now?
3. Can criminal proceedings be brought against Eric for fraud?
4. Could anything be done against aim in UK?

As usual any help with regards to understanding this message would be much appreciated.

Regards and glad
Simon
findahappyplace
Posts: 5,622
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.29
FB page
Fri 10:39
Hey all, it's a good idea I didn't think about it being a closed group. I will look into changing this later today.

This has affected quite a few people and it's heart breaking hearing what people have lost including pensions so I really want to do all we can to help each other.

https://www.facebook.com/findmyhappyplace/
JezTheFez
Posts: 2,590
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
RE: REPLY FROM MySQUAR
Fri 09:41
I hope that if and when we manage to recover our money and this whole situation is done and dusted, that we can arrange a meet-up and have some drinks and a meal somewhere. It would be good sharing our experiences face to face rather than on a bb.
Arkey
Posts: 155
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
RE: REPLY FROM MySQUAR
Fri 09:25
"United we stand, divided we fall"; it is so important to all stick together and it sounds as though many of us are proactive, so we must continue liaising and ensure that our hard earned money is returned to it's rightful owners.
JezTheFez
Posts: 2,590
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Price:0.29
RE: REPLY FROM MySQUAR
Fri 09:09
Great work, guys. Just keep an eye on the web site in that case and we'll see if they update us soon.

I also concur that the FACEBOOK Group should be a closed group to protect our identity. Although saying this, any legal action on the people that have purported to have done wrong by the company and its shareholders, should IMO be dealt with by the appropriate authorities. However, it's good that some people have contacted AIM and MYSQ direct with their concerns. I hope and trust Chong and Austin both realise that we are ALL upset and feeling let down and that we need them to be as communicative as they possibly can be given the fact that we have delisted. I would even go as far to say that they should arrange a conference call with we investors to give us an update as to what the situation is when they have something to report on and to answer and questions that we may have. We have invested a lot of our hard earned money into MYSQ and for me personally it took me a lot of brevity to invest the amount of money I did in four separate tranches.

I have only had something stolen off me once before and the people involved in that situation were all caught and put into jail for several years. I used to collect modern art and I was sold a fake painting. I worked with Bonhams Auction House and The Metropolitan Police to catch them and that's what happened. They thought they could get one over me and dupe me, but being a smart guy, they didn't realise that I was duping them - so much so that I found out where they lived, who the gang was and what they were doing. It was probably one of the biggest art forgeries this century and I helped in stopping it because I spoke with the correct people / authorities and without my information, they'd probably still be doing it today.
Arkey
Posts: 155
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Price:0.29
REPLY FROM MySQUAR
Fri 08:12
I too emailed on Wednesday asking about what I thought was the two day extension to the de-listing date and their reply was:
The RNS about the extension was released by AIM to notify about the removal from the index. The delisting was effective as of 10 December.

We continue to work towards stabilising the Company and will post any updates as and when it happens on our website at https://investors.mysquar.com/rns/.

Best regards,

MySQUAR Investor Relations
daydabbler
Posts: 10
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
MySquar Responding
Fri 07:54
Hi,

I emailed MySquar investor relations yesterday asking the below and they responded. I'm taking this as a positive step that they acknowledged me and the situation.

My Question...

I currently hold XXXXXXX shares via AIM. As the Aim membership is being cancelled can you please advise how these will be traded moving forwards? If no decision has been made, will this information be published on your website in due course?

And the response below...

Dear XXXXXX,

At this time we do not have any update on further trading since the delisting.

We continue to work towards stabilising the Company and will post any updates as and when it happens on our website at https://investors.mysquar.com/rns/.

Best regards,

MySQUAR Investor Relations
goldminer21
Posts: 723
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Price:0.29
RE: Legal action
Fri 07:16
Thanks IV4tLT, maybe this will happen.......

Private Buyout
In some cases, a stock getting delisted might actually turn out to be a good thing for shareholders. If a company decides to go private instead of remaining publicly traded, it is essentially buying out existing stockholders. In exchange for your shares, the company will offer you cash. After the buyout, the shares will be delisted. If you don't accept the buyout offer, you will keep your shares but they will become worthless upon delisting.
Dinerios
Posts: 390
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
RE: DELISTING
Thu 21:43
What products are still running atm at mysq?????
MrMustard
Posts: 17
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
Legal action
Thu 19:28
Great work on the FB page FAHP. I believe legal action is the only chance of getting anything back. The FB page is visible to all so I think it needs to be a closed group, with member requests checked to ensure they have a normal FB history. That way Eric or his cronies can’t look at it. Unlike LSE, real names and photos are showm. I appreciate this is added hassle. Once again, superb work for bringing people together so quickly. If we have the will we can pull this off.
JezTheFez
Posts: 2,590
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
RE: This is what Schaer's gonna get..
Thu 19:12
Hi Goldminer,
Thanks for your concern. I'm not doing too great if I'm being honest. I mean, what nasty, horrible, selfish son of a gun would ever think to steal something off another fellow human being? I don't think I have ever stole anything in my life, which I'm proud about. We placed our trust, hopes and dreams in him and he goes and treats us like that. I really do hope he and others are investigated for their wrongdoings and that we manage to get some or all of our money back. What a coward stealing money if that is what he has done without the hard evidence. He can run but he cannot hide. I bet he reads these bb's and I bet he's running scared and having sleepless nights. Eric? When you look in the mirror every day and want you to imagine hundreds of angry PI's staring back at you shouting very nasty names at you. I never want you to look in the mirror again and feel proud about yourself. The guy staring back at you is a no good for nothing cheat. You will be found and you will be brought to justice pal. It's only a matter of time...….
forest4032
Posts: 6,286
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
LSE board
Thu 18:32
If its any help SER last traded Oct 2015

Sefton Resources Inc. Share Price (SER)

And there BB is still there and posted on
goldminer21
Posts: 723
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
This is what Schaer's gonna get..
Thu 18:18
Bruce Lee speaks for PI's and Mr. Han is Schaer...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCdbIDiib5U
goldminer21
Posts: 723
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
RE: Eric took our cash
Thu 16:20
Jez, how you shaping up, buddy? - don't lose heart, we will beat this bastard, Schaer, and maybe a class action lawsuit against SP Angel might be the best way to get a cut of the awarded damages, to claim back what is righfully ours.

We will have our revenge and get our power back, and the good and honest laws of the UK will be there for all PI's.
goldminer21
Posts: 723
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
A two pronged approached....
Thu 13:43
I can see this playing out in two ways:

1: A class action suit against SP Angel NOMAD for failure of duty

2: Eric will get ripped apart by some pissed off grizzly bear when he least expects it.
Dozzawba
Posts: 378
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
RE: Eric is reading our BB posts!
Thu 12:49
This is surely the main part

If the company and NOMAD are successful in their efforts, the NOMAD will continue to monitor its client — the LSE requires it. The NOMAD must act as the regulator, ensuring that the company complies with AIM rules at all times.

Surely the NOMAD have not acted in the way they should.have ? The LSE requires it !!!
Ortega1
Posts: 12
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
AIM
Thu 12:28
I spoke to AIM once again this morning and then they rang me back to state that they will reply to my email 're what they plan to do in relation to Mysquar to protect shareholder value going forward.
Sliotar
Posts: 927
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
Count
Thu 12:20
Me in too.
aliaspc
Posts: 2,290
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
RE: Eric is reading our BB posts!
Thu 12:18
Potty's name has not been so great since the widely reported expose on their nefarious practices in South Africa amongst other places...

https://www.theguardian.com/media/2017/sep/05/bell-pottingersouth-africa-pr-firm
Dozzawba
Posts: 378
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.29
RE: Eric is reading our BB posts!
Thu 11:41
Have a look at below :

A NOMAD is a corporate finance advisor, usually a boutique investment bank, which conducts thorough due diligence for the suitability of an AIM applicant for the exchange. The NOMAD, if satisfied with the company's business model, financial and operating track record, competence of executives and directors and intended capital structure, will assist the company in its preparation and application for admission to AIM. If the company and NOMAD are successful in their efforts, the NOMAD will continue to monitor its client — the LSE requires it. The NOMAD must act as the regulator, ensuring that the company complies with AIM rules at all times. The NOMAD also serves an ongoing role of providing advice on business operational or financial strategy.




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